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Jul 31, 2013 Michèle Dagenais
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Citation: Michèle Dagenais, "L’eau est une poubelle : Une revue de la causerie de Montréal et l’eau" Bio:  Michèle Dagenais est un professeur a l'Universite de Montréal Abstract:  Est le fleuve Saint-Laurent une poubelle géante pour la ville de Montréal? Après la causerie sur la publication Montréal et l’eau : Une histoire environnementale, je pense que oui! Mais l’eau est aussi l’âme de la ville, et Michèle Dagenais nous informe dans sa publication que le fleuve...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 31, 2013 Roger Turner
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Citation: Turner, Roger. "In ‘Toon with the Weather" November 2009. Bio:  Roger Turner studies the historical connections between infrastructure, knowledge and the environment, and is completing a PhD in history of science at the University of Pennsylvania. Priya Ratneshwar, who initiated this media production, is a Staff Writer for the External Affairs office at the School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract:  The television weather report evolved out of...
Topic: Environmental History
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Citation: Slack, Jeff. "Through a Glacier, Darkly: Landscape and Culture in Chamonix, France." November 2009. Bio:  Jeff Slack is a candidate in the MA-History program at the University of Northern British Columbia. The idea for his master’s thesis project - “The Cultural History of Glaciers: Mount Waddington Region” - came to him while on a glacier near Chamonix, a few weeks after most of these photographs were taken. Abstract:  If one accepts that landscape and culture have...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 31, 2013 Alan MacEachern
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Citation: MacEachern, Alan. "Biography of M.B. Williams" November 2009. Bio:  Alan MacEachern is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario as well as the Director of the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE) Abstract:  This is a biography of Mabel -- MB -- Williams, who as a civil servant and author of guidebooks for Parks Canada, was instrumental in shaping and promoting ideas about national parks early in the century. A special thanks...
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Jul 28, 2013 William J. Turkel
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Citation: Turkel, William J. "Handheld Computing for Place-Based Learning." May 2006. Bio : William Turkel is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario as well as the leader of the NiCHE Digital Infrastructure project. Abstract : The combination of handheld computers with global positioning system (GPS) receivers makes it possible to present content that is targeted to specific places. In 2006, Western Public History MA students used the technology to...
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Jul 28, 2013 William J Turkel
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Citation : Turkel, William J. "Handheld Computing for Place-Based Learning." May 2006. Bio : William Turkel is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario as well as the leader of the NiCHE Digital Infrastructure project. Abstract :  The combination of handheld computers with global positioning system (GPS) receivers makes it possible to present content that is targeted to specific places. In 2006, Western Public History MA students used the technology to...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Sherene Razack
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Kay Anderson
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Roger Keil and Claire Major
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Amina Mire
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Jessica Dempsey, Stephen Gould, Juanita Sundberg
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Lauren Vedal
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Phillip Mackintosh
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Jocelyn Thorpe
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 15 video presentations from this event A two-day workshop addressing the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity. Discussions placed critical race theorists in dialogue with scholars studying the idea of nature in order to consider how social constructions of race, whiteness and nature are interconnected in creating the Canadian nation. The objectives of the workshop were: to evaluate how the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Karen Pennesi
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Richard Anderson
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Morley Thomas
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 George Colpitts
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Chris Kocot
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Ricardo Garcia Herrera
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Scott St. George
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Liza Piper
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NiCHE has archived 11 audio presentations from this event This workshop sought to assess available documentary materials for the study of past climates in Canada, as well as prioritize the most important collections / datasets -- from the perspective of Canadian history, the physical and natural sciences, and public interest (policy). Participants helped identify how best to work with and make broadly accessible this material, while identifying research strengths and weaknesses in Canadian...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Gabby Resch and Greg J. Smith
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. A plotter made from an old record player and two...
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Jul 26, 2013 Cindy Poremba, Edward Jones-Imhotep, Rob MacDougall, Devon Elliott
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. Poremba, Cindy, Edward Jones-Imhotep, Rob MacDougall,...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Geoffrey Rockwell, Kevin Kee, Wade Bortz, Stefan Sinclair
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. Rockwell, Geoffrey, Kevin Kee, Wade Bortz, Stefan...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 Liav Koren, Matt Rogan, Matt Price
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. A computer-controlled XY platform was just the first...
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Jul 26, 2013 Devon Elliott
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. Bio:  Devon is a PhD candidate in the history...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 26, 2013 William J. Turkel
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NiCHE has archived 5 videos from this event Hacking as a Way of Knowing was a three day workshop that asked participants to repurpose electronic waste into tools that could be used to measure environmental data. The workshop challenged the idea that e-waste should be discarded, and instead used that waste as a learning tool and a source for excellent mechanical parts. The workshop was organized by William J. Turkel and Edward Jones-Imhotep. Bio:  William Turkel is an Associate Professor of...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jul 8, 2013 David Brownstein
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W.G. (Gerry) Burch, "Interview". David Brownstein (Interviewer) Aug. 13, 2009. Bio: Gerry retired as the vice president of forestry for B.C. Forest Products Ltd. In his career he was the president of the national Canadian Institute of Forestry, president of the Association of B.C. Professional Foresters, and director of the Western Forestry and Conservation Association. Gerry received the Canadian Forestry Achievement Award (CIF), the Distinguished Forester Award (ABCPF), and the...
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Jul 8, 2013 David Brownstein
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You wouldn't been any closer if you were gonna kiss a girl! George Dashwood attended the annual meeting of the Forest History Association of British Columbia in Prince George, Sept 2009. While on the fieldtrip, the 97-year-old Dashwood was able to share his memories with those on the bus. The next day, David Brownstein sat down with George for a more extended conversation centred on George's experiences growing up in B.C. during the 1920s, and looking for work as a woodsman in the 1930s. Before...
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Jun 26, 2013 Carlos Chacon
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Citation : Chacon, Carlos. "Wherever they are, they are local birds" a Podcast with Carlos Chacon on migratory birds of North & Central America, place & knowledge. 1 January 2009.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Emily Jane Davis
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Citation: Davis, Emily Jane. "Preserving History in a Digital Age." Forest History Association of British Columbia Conference. 19 September 2009 Running Time: 11:04 Bio : Emily Jane Davis is a PhD candidate in UBC’s Geography department. Her research is a comparative project about the multiple changes and challenges that forested landscapes and communities in interior BC and eastern Oregon are experiencing. She has also served as the inaugural coordinator for NiCHE’s Forest...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Ben Maddison
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Dr Ben Maddison of the University of Wollongong, Australia, delivered the following talk at Glendon College, York University, on 10 May 2007. In this talk, he discussed the creation and debates over common lands in Australia, primarily in the nineteenth century. This is the first activity of the Commons Research Group, and we would welcome your comments on this talk. Please send feedback to Colin Coates, ccoates@gl.yorku.ca . Ben Maddison of the University of Woolongong: The Commons in...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Bill Parenteau
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Citation : Parenteau, Bill. "Environmental History in the Atlantic Region." Inaugural W.F. Ganong Colloquium. Halifax, NS. 23 February 2008. Bio : Bill Parenteau is a professor of history at the University of New Brunswick.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 James McCann
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Citation : McCann, James, "Africa's Malarial Landscapes: History, Complexity and Silver Bullets" Melville-Nelles-Hoffmann Environmental History Lecture, 7 March 2012. Running Time : 40:04 Bio : Professor James McCann is a leading scholar in the fields of African and environmental history whose research interests include agricultural and ecological histories of Africa, Ethiopia, and the Horn of Africa, field research methods in African Studies, the agro-ecology of tropical disease, and...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Will Knight
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Citation : William Knight, "The Dominion Fisheries Museum in Ottawa: Lost and Found," Ottawa Environmental History Lecture Series. Running Time : 51:49 Bio : William Knight is a PhD Candidate in the History Department at Carleton University. Abstract : Will presented this talk to a public audience in the Ottawa Public Library as a part of a four part series in the winter and spring of 2011
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Daniel MacFarlane
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Citation : Daniel MacFarlane, "Rapid Change: Creating the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project," Ottawa Environmental History Lecture Series. Running Time : 58:15 Bio : Dr. Daniel MacFarlane is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the History Department at Carleton University. Abstract : Daniel presented this talk to a public audience in the Ottawa Public Library as a part of a four part series in the winter and spring of 2011
Topic: Environmental History
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Citation : Terry Simmons, "The Road to Earth Day: The History of the Environmental Movement in British Columbia" Vancouver Public Library Earth Week Lecture, (April 2011). Running Time : 28:32 Bio : UBC PhD candidate and environmental historian, Philip Van Huizen, and historical geographer and B.C. Sierra Club and Greenpeace founder, Dr. Terry Simmons, discuss what we can learn from scholarly and personal stories of the environmental movement in the rain forest and beyond. Abstract :...
Topic: Environmental History
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Citation : Phil Van Huizen, "The Road to Earth Day: The History of the Environmental Movement in British Columbia" Vancouver Public Library Earth Week Lecture, (April 2011). Running Time : 29:28 Bio : UBC PhD candidate and environmental historian, Philip Van Huizen, and historical geographer and B.C. Sierra Club and Greenpeace founder, Dr. Terry Simmons, discuss what we can learn from scholarly and personal stories of the environmental movement in the rain forest and beyond. Abstract...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Claire Campbell, Joshua MacFadyen, Mark McLaughlin, Bill Parenteau
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"The Value of Looking Back: Using History in Environmental Studies," ESAC 2011 Annual Conference. Bio : • Bill Parenteau (Chair) (History, University of New Brunswick) • Claire Campbell (History and College of Sustainability, Dalhousie University) • Joshua MacFadyen (History, University of Western Ontario) • Mark McLaughlin (History, University of New Brunswick) Abstract :  The Brundtland Commission may have given us a working definition of sustainability, but as Wynn wryly...
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Citation : David Zylberberg, "Faggots or Pit-Props: A Comparison of Woodland Management in 18th Century Hampshire and the West Riding of Yorkshire," ESAC 2011 Annual Conference. Running Time : 12:40 Bio :David Zylberberg is a PhD Candidate in the History Department at York University in Toronto. Abstract : Eighteenth-Century England was a country of great regional diversity in energy regimes, with a large coalfield in the industrializing regions of the north and west that contrasted...
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Citation : Andrew Watson, "Poor Soils and Rich Folks: Household Metabolisms and Sustainability in Muskoka, 1860-1920," ESAC 2011 Annual Conference. Running Time : 15:48 Bio : Andrew Watson is a PhD Candidate in the History Department at York University in Toronto. Abstract : In the second half of the nineteenth century, Eurocanadians resettled the region of the Muskoka Lakes as part of a larger liberal project to further colonize North America. Resettlers who took up free land grants...
Topic: Environmental History
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Citation : MacFayden, Josh. "Profitable Subsistence: Flax in Local and Transnational Fibre Commodity Chains" Bringing Subsistence Out of the Shadows. North Bay, ON. October 2009. Running Time : 17:11 Bio: Josh MacFayden is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Western Ontario. He recently defended his doctoral dissertation on flax fibre and paint commodity chains, 1850-1930.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Martha Smith-Norris
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This paper was originally delivered at the 2011 Canadian Historical Association annual meeting in Frederickton, New Brunswick. Citation : Martha Smith-Norris, "American Cold War Policies and the Enewetakese: Environmental Degradation, Community Displacement, and Indigenous Resistance in the Marshall Islands," Canadain Histoircal Association Conference 2011. Running Time : 23:14 Bio : Dr. Martha Smith-Norris is a Professor in the History Department at the University of Saskatchewan....
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Tina Loo
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This talk was part of a series of public lectures at UBC and York University in 2011-2012. Citation : Loo, Tina. "High Modernism and the Nature of Canada" Transforming Canada: Histories of Environmental Change , 5 March 2012. Running Time : 49:14 Bio : Tina Loo is a professor of history and Canada Research Chair at the University of British Columbia. Abstract : This paper examines the role of high modernism in post-war Canada and its effects on the relationship between the state,...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Arn Keeling, John Sandlos
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Citation : Keeling, Arn and John Sandlos. "Residual landscapes: The Nature of the Canadian Mining Industry" Transforming Canada: Histories of Environmental Change, 27 October 2011 Running Time : 01:04:02 Bio : Arn Keeling is a professor of geography at Memorial University of Newfoundland. John Sandlos is a professor of history at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Abstract : This paper discusses the history of mining in Canada and the environmental implications of abandoned mines in...
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This talk was part of a series of public lectures at UBC and York University in 2011-2012. Citation : Matthew Evenden, “Of muskrats and Minerals: The Second World War and the Canadian Environment,” Transforming Canada: Histories of Environmental Change, York University, October 3, 2011.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 Gail Edwards
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NiCHE has archived three presentations from the 2011 Canadian Historical Association annual meeting held in Frederickton, NB. Citation : Gail Edwards, "Places and Spaces of Wild(er)ness: Aboriginality and Environment in Canadian Children’s Illustrated Books," Canadian Historical Association Conference, May 2011. Running Time : [28:14] Bio : Gail Edwards teaches at Douglas College in British Columbia Abstract : An interesting survey of the changing representations of aboriginality...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 26, 2013 David Hackett Fischer, Bill Parenteau, Jane Errington, Ann McGrath, John Weaver
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NiCHE archived three presentations from the 2011 Canadian Historical Association annual meeting held in Frederickton, NB. Citation : David Hackett Fischer et la, "Roundtable on John Weaver’s The Great Land Rush and the Making of the Modern World, 1650-1900," Canadian Historical Association Conference, 2011. Running Time : [1:22:48] Bio : David Hackett Fischer, Brandeis University, Bill Parenteau, University of New Brunswick, Jane Errington, Royal Military College, Ann McGrath,...
Topic: Environmental History
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Citation : Brian MacDowall, ‘The Surroundings are Congenial’: Planning a Disabled Soldier Settlement on the Kamloops Reserve, 1918-1922, Canadian Historical Association Conference, 2011. Running Time : [16:15] Bio : Brian MacDowall is a PhD Candidate in the History Department at York University. Abstract : At the end of the First World War, the Department of Soldiers’ Civil Re-Establishment sought to establish colonies of disabled and tubercular soldiers in isolated colonies across...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Ana Maria Oliviera
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Oliviera, Ana Maria. "Williche history and the environment of Chiloe Island, Chile." Time and a Place. 14 June 2010.
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Jun 23, 2013 Anna Karlsdóttir
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Karlsdóttir, Anna. "Icelandic Fisheries." Time and a Place. 16 July 2010.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Josh MacFadyen
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: MacFadyen, Josh. "Cultural Values Mapping." Time and a Place. 18 June 2010.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Albert Marshall
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Marshall, Albert et al. "Ta'ntelo'lti'k Mi’kmaq Knowledge + Two-Eyed Seeing." Time and a Place. 14 June 2010.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Douglas Sobey
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Sobey, Douglas. "The Forests of PEI: an Historical Study." Time and a Place. Bio: Douglas Sobey, University of Ulster.
Topic: Environmental History
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Schreier, Hans. "Land Use Change and its Impact on Water, Using GIS and Scenario Modeling." Time and a Place. 18 June 2010. Abstract: Historic land use changes can easily be linked to changes in hydrology and water quality but each type of...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Boyde Beck
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Beck, Boyde. "Go Fish: The Historical Fisheries of PEI." Time and a Place. 16 June 2010.
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 23, 2013 Mathew Hatvany
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. Citation: Mathew Hatvany, "Maps, History, and Environmental Histories in PEI Marshfield." Time and a Place. Abstract :  Privatization of natural resources, intensive agriculture, demographic pressures and urbanization are at the root of...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Ed MacDonald, Jean-Paul Arsenault, David Barrett, John MacQuarrie, George McRobie
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: MacDonald, Ed, Jean-Paul Arsenault, David Barrett, John MacQuarrie, George McRobie. "Roundtable: Learning from Environmental...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Matthew Hatvany, Joshua MacFadyen, William Glen, Mathieu Landry
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: Hatvany, Matthew, Joshua MacFadyen, William Glen, Mathieu Landry. "Roundtable: Modeling Conflicting Values in the Past, Present, and...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Harriet Ritvo
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: Ritvo, Harriet. "Silent Partners: Animals, Domestication, and Environment." Time and a Place. 17 June 2010. Bio : Harriet Ritvo is...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Daniel Pauly
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: Pauly, Daniel. "Crisis and Opportunity: The history and Future of Global Fisheries." Time and a Place. 16 June 2010. Bio : Daniel...
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: Wynn, Graeme. "Time, Place and Trees: Forest Scenes and Incidents in Eastern North America." Time and a Place. 15 June 2010. Bio :...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Finis Dunaway
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Time and a Place 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived 15 audio presentations from this event (http://www.niche-canada.org/node/9254) Held in various locations on Prince Edward Island, these presentations were part of the week long Time and a Place workshop held in June of 2010. The presentations are also available as videos on the UPEI website Citation: Dunaway, Finis. "Seeing Connections: Environmental History and Visual Culture." Time and a Place. 13 June 2010. Bio : Finis Dunaway...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Stan Chester and Mike Apsey
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Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Stan Chester and Mike Apsey, "BC Forest History - Past, Present and Future." and "The BC Forest Service Centenary", CIF Lecture Series, 23...
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Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Mark J. McLaughlin and William Parenteau, "The New Brunswick Forest Authority, 1973-1980: An Experiment in Government Managed Forests" and...
Topic: Environmental History
Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Bruce Mayer and Peter Murphy. "Alberta's Forest History and the Forest History Association of Alberta" and "The Jackladder: Tie Logging on the...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Martin Hebert
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Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Hébert, Martin. "Societe d'histoire forestiere du Quebec" CIF Lecture Series. 13 June 2012. Bio : Dr. Martin Hébert is a professor of Anthropology...
Topic: Environmental History
Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Jim Farrell and Mark Kuhlberg, "Canada's Forest History: Deep Roots Support Strong Growth" and "Watching the Dust Settle for the First Time:...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 David Brownstein
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Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: David Brownstein, "Canadian Forest History: A Path Forward?" CIF Lecture Series. 27 June 2012. Bio : David is the principal of Klahanie Research Ltd,...
Topic: Environmental History
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Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures 2012 NiCHE has archived 7 audio presentations from this event These presentations are a selection of eLectures given during 2012 and put on by the Canadian Institute of Forestry. The theme of the talks was "Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Ongoing History of Canada's Forests" Citation: Ken Armson and Rob Galloway, "The Forest History Society of Ontario" and "Englehart Management Unit Area Forest History 1912-2000", CIF...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Warren Cariou
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Deanna Reder
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Diane Christholm
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Christine Stewart
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Beth Carruthers
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Nancy Holmes
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Lyndal Osborne
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
Topic: Environmental History
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Jun 4, 2013 Bradley Nicholas
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Cross-Pollinations Workshop Presentations 2011 NiCHE has archived 17 audio presentations from this event This collaborative and interdisciplinary workshop brought together Canadian experts (historians, writers, literary critics, curators, environmental consultants, and visual artists) in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and then act on behalf of places in more sustainable and ethical ways. The places in question...
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Perspectives on Parks 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived audio presentations from this event Parra, Constanza. "The Vicissitudes of the French Regional Park Model Illustrated Through the Life History of the Morvan" Historical and Global Perspectives on Provincial, Local & Regional Parks in Canada. 29 October 2010. Bio: Constanza Parra is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Luxembourg Abstract: Unlike the North American early conservationist ideas crystallized...
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Perspectives on Parks 2010 Presentations NiCHE has archived audio presentations from this event Slack, Jeff. "‘The Spirit of Adventure, the Lure of the Beautiful, and the Service of Science’: The Diversified Charms of Garibaldi’s Alpine Playground, 1904-1939." Historical and Global Perspectives on Provincial, Local & Regional Parks in Canada. 29 October 2010. Bio: Jeff Slack in an MA student in the Department of History at the University of Northern British Columbia....
Topic: Environmental History